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Acclaimed as one of Tennessee’s finest properties, the G.T. Wilburn & Son’s estate is one of the largest historical offerings ever to come to market in the South. The heirs are seeking a visionary buyer to acquire this historic property of approximately 500 acres. A unique investor who appreciates and will dedicate his/her ownership and stewardship to extend the 200- year history of this...
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Located in an idyllic rural setting close to all amenities, the Log Village and Grist Mill Campground comprises 117 acres of mixed open field and woodland, five streams and two ponds. Six miles from the Vermont border and just 28 miles from the town of Lake George and the Adirondack National Park. “If I hadn't met my husband through Airbnb, I'd name this the best vacation/experience I've ever...
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In all that we do, Grist Mill Real Estate is guided by a commitment to honesty and integrity. This is our most important product and we work hard to earn our clients trust. It's how we choose to do things in the Hudson Valley area of the Catskill Mountains in both Greene and Ulster County. Grist...
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Webcam provides a bird's eye view of daily and seasonal changes of Babcock State Park every 60 seconds. From the Grist Mill Cam vantage point, observe the unique features of the famous Glade Creek Grist Mill, as well as the current stream conditions of Glade Creek. Click the refresh button to...
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The City of Childersburg, AL acquired the Kymulga Grist Mill and Park in June 2011. It is operated and managed by The Childersburg Historical Preservation Commission as a tourist attraction and venue for recreation, education, events and family fun. Proceeds from the park itself, fundraising...
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The Grist Mill House is an inn of welcoming warmth and comfort that artfully blends the past with elegance and charm. Built in 1779 to grind grain for local settlers, we are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Nestled into the quaint village of South Woodstock, we are within walking distance to fine country dining, a country store, a post office and the Green Mountain Horse...
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Homestead Gristmill - Restored 18th century Gristmill located in Central Texas. The first-known written record of our gristmill originally located along the Hollow Brook or ‘Mill’ Creek in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, is when a German immigrant named Asher Mott decided in 1768 to sell his share of the family property to his older brothers, John and Gershom. The property stayed in the family...
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Located in the heart of the picturesque village of Warm Springs in Bath County, Virginia, The Inn at Gristmill Square offers 17 rooms and suites. Upon obtaining the inn and restaurant, owners John and Kate Loeffler committed to pouring their hearts and souls into creating an inn and restaurant that is a premier destination for food and travel lovers. They strive to provide every guest with a...
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The Gristmill offers an extensive bakery menu and full deli including cakes, fresh bread, sandwiches, coffee and espresso. The Gristmill Bakery and Deli specializes in light catering, custom cake decorating and wedding cakes. It is located on Combie Road at Lake of the Pines in Auburn, California, off Highway 49 near Grass Valley and Nevada City. We have a diverse product line of freshly baked...
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The Kentucky Old Mill Association (KOMA) was established as a non-profit organization in 2001 to promote interest in Kentucky old mills, their history, function, and preservation. KOMA is one of the regional chapters of the national Society for the Preservation of Old Mills (SPOOM). We usually sponsor two events each year: a Gristmill & Old Engine Weekend at Clay City in May and a mill outing...
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The Old Mill of Guilford was founded in North Carolina on Beaver Creek in 1767 to grind grain for the early settlers of what is now Guilford County. Today, the mill continues to produce all-natural, stone-ground, whole grain foods, just as it has for over 240 years. The Mill produces all natural corn meal, grits and flour along with a wide range of mixes including: Gingerbread Mixes, Muffin...
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The purchase of the mill, miller’s house and country store was completed in March 2001. Funds were received from the Virginia Dept. of Historic Resources, Washington County, the Town of Abingdon, local businesses and other sources in the private sector. White’s Mill has long served the neighboring community. Since the late 18th century, the mill provided meal and flour for the farm and kitchen,...
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Built in 1875, the Emlenton Mill was one of the first steam powered grist mills in the United States. Later converted to gas and then electricity the Mill was in operation for over 100 years. Located in Emlenton, the southern gateway to the Oil Heritage Region, the Mill sat on the scenic Allegheny River, close to the Allegheny River Bike trail. It was located just off I80 at exit 45 on Main...
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Thanks for the support of the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area. Click on the logo to visit their site. Type francis mill into their "search the site" space to find information for Francis Mill. (The mill is approximately 2.4 miles from Main Street, Waynesville on Highway 276 SOUTH. GPS coordinates are 35 degrees 28-48N, 82 degrees 57-45 W. The elevation is about 2739 ft.). FMPS would like to...
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Nestled in a lush green cove along the banks of beautiful Factory Creek stands historic Falls Mill. Built in 1873 as a cotton and woolen factory, the mill was later converted for use as a cotton gin, then as a wood working shop and grist mill. Today the mill houses the Museum of Power and Industry, Inc. and the 32 foot waterwheel still powers machinery on four levels of the building. Admission...
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Welcome to Sutton Mill Events. We are nestled in the northeast Georgia Mountains along the shoals of Sutton Creek and an hour and fifteen minutes from Atlanta. Sutton Mill Events is situated on five acres and is only a few miles from the City of Clarkesville with its quaint shops and restaurants. Sutton Mill Events is housed in a restored 1890’s grist mill. The Mill House, Miller’s Cottage...
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Join Special VIP Guest Jim Belushi and Duke Street for a fun night that will help raise funds for the Rebuild the Mill Foundation. Sunday, May 15th at Eagle Creek Estates. The Duke Street Band with Special Guest Performer Jim Belushi!!! Eagle Creek Estates in Eagle Point has an awesome outdoor venue along the creek. This intimate affair only seats 500 so get your tickets today. VIP Tickets...
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Dawt Mill offers fine dining, fly fishing, river fun, canoeing and kayaking, and fine lodging, all for very affordable prices. Perhaps you are new to Dawt Mill. Perhaps you know us well. Either way, if it has been more than a short while since your last visit we’re sure you’ll be delighted by our ever-changing backdrop provided by mother nature, the tasty cuisine at Henegar’s Grist Mill...
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Genuine Antique Millstones and Sugar Cane Syrup Kettles provide unique historical enhancements to your home or business landscape. Our Millstones and cast iron Sugar Cane Syrup Kettles are genuine historical artifacts recovered from all over the United States, but mostly here from the South. Millstones (also called grist mill stones) have always been symbol of both the harvest and hospitality,...
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A museum of early rural Americana, open to the public. Built in 1845-46, Adams Mill was a grist mill producing assorted grades of flour for more than 100 years. Commercial milling ceased in 1951, but the machinery is still intact and was operational until a 2003 flood. The mill is a prime example of post and beam construction common among agricultural structures in Indiana in the 19th Century....
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